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Jehovah in English
(Biblical) name of God in the Old Testament; one of the modern Christian names of God

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Jehovah in Greek
ιεχώβα

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Jehovah in Chinese (s)
耶和华

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Jehovah in Chinese (t)
耶和華

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Jehovah in Arabic
يهوه

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Jehovah in Spanish
Jehová, Dios

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Jehovah in Russian
Иегова

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Jehovah in Dutch
naam van God

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Jehovah in Portuguese
Jeová, Deus, o nome completo de Deus

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Jehovah in Turkish
Yehova

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Jehovah in Italian
(Bibl) Geova, Jehovah, Ieova

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Jehovah in French
Jéhovah, nom de Dieu dans l'Ancien testament (Bible); un des noms modernes chrétiens qui désigne dieu

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Jehovah in German
Jehovah, Gott, Name Gottes im Alten Testament; eines der christlichen Namen für Gott

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Jehovah in Japanese
(聖書)エホバ, 旧約聖書の神の名前; 近代キリスト教の神の一人

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Jehovah in Hebrew
השם המפורש, ה', יהוה

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Jehovah in Korean
(성서) 여호와

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Jehovah in Swedish
guds verkliga namn (judendom och kristendom), Jehova, Jahve

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Jehovah in English
Jehovah yehowah (Hebrew) In the Bible, the god of the Hebrews; a modern mispronunciation of the Hebrew alphabetic characters, resulting from the combining by the Jews themselves of the Hebrew consonants of this word (YHVH) with the vowels of the word Adonai (my lords) because the Jews, while always writing or copying the alphabetic characters of the name correctly in their manuscripts, when reading it never pronounced the word YHVH, but read "Adonai" in its stead -- writing the Massoretic points of Adonai to vocalize YHVH to produce Yahovah. Consequently when the Bible came to be studied by those unfamiliar with the real pronunciation of YHVH, it was read in various ways, commonly as Jehovah. It is now held by some scholars that YHVH should be pronounced yahweh or yave. It is also given as Yihweh (he will be, or it will be) (SD 2:129). However, Josephus, a priest who undoubtedly knew the correct pronunciation, wrote that it would be highly unlawful for him to divulge it as the Jews regarded it as too holy to pronounce aloud.
Blavatsky writes that the rendering Ja-ho-vah is "a perversion of the Holy Name": that the majority of the Jews themselves were ignorant of the true pronunciation. "Alone, out of all their nation the high priests had it in their possession, and respectively passed it to their successors," before their death. "Once a year only, on the day of atonement, the high priest was allowed to pronounce it in a whisper" (IU 2:398-9).
to be continu "Jehovah2 "

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jehovah
\je*ho"vah\ (?), n. [heb. usually y&ebreve;hōvāh (with the vowel points of ădōnāi lord), sometimes (to avoid repetition) y&ebreve;hōvih (with the vowel points of &ebreve;lōhīm god); but only the four heb, consonants yhvh are conceded to be certainly known.] a scripture name of the supreme being, by which he was revealed to the jews as their covenant god or sovereign of the theocracy; the "ineffable name" of the supreme being, which was not pronounced by the jews.
jehovah
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1. a name for the old testament god as transliterated from the hebrew yhvh [syn: yahweh, yhwh, yahwe, yahveh, yhvh, yahve, wahvey, jahvey, jahweh, jehovah, jhvh]


2. the judeo-christian god [syn: godhead, lord, creator, maker, divine, god almighty, almighty, jehovah]


jehovah
the special and significant name (not merely an appellative title such as lord [adonai]) by which god revealed himself to the ancient hebrews (ex. 6:2, 3). this name, the tetragrammaton of the greeks, was held by the later jews to be so sacred that it was never pronounced except by the high priest on the great day of atonement, when he entered into the most holy place. whenever this name occurred in the sacred books they pronounced it, as they still do, "adonai" (i.e., lord), thus using another word in its stead. the massorets gave to it the vowel-points appropriate to this word. this jewish practice was founded on a false interpretation of lev. 24:16. the meaning of the word appears from ex. 3:14 to be "the unchanging, eternal, self-existent god," the "i am that i am," a convenant-keeping god. (comp. mal. 3:6; hos. 12:5; rev. 1:4, 8.) the hebrew name "jehovah" is generally translated in the authorized version (and the revised version has not departed from this rule) by the word lord printed in small capitals, to distinguish it from the rendering of the hebrew _adonai_ and the greek _kurios_, which are also rendered lord, but printed in the usual type. the hebrew word is translated "jehovah" only in ex. 6:3; ps. 83:18; isa. 12:2; 26:4, and in the compound names mentioned below. it is worthy of notice that this name is never used in the lxx., the samaritan pentateuch, the apocrypha, or in the new testament. it is found, however, on the "moabite stone" (q.v.), and consequently it must have been in the days of mesba so commonly pronounced by the hebrews as to be familiar to their heathen neighbours.
jehovah
self-subsisting
jehovah
in the bible; -- used by some critics to discr...
see yahweh


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(I am; the eternal living one). The Scripture appellation of the supreme Being, usually interpreted as signifying self-derived and permanent existence. The Jews scrupulously avoided every mention of this name of God, substituting in its stead one or other of the words with whose proper vowel-points it may happen to be written. This custom, which had its origin in reverence, was founded upon an erroneous rendering of (Leviticus 24:16) from which it was inferred that the mere utterance of the name constituted a capital offence. According to Jewish tradition, it was pronounced but once a year, by the high priest on the day of atonement when he entered the holy of holies; but on this point there is some doubt. When Moses received his commission to be the deliverer of Israel, the Almighty, who appeared in the burning bush, communicated to him the name which he should give as the credentials of his mission: "And God said unto Moses, "I AM THAT I AM (ehyea asher ehyeh); and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you." That this passage is intended to indicate the etymology of Jehovah, as understood by the Hebrews, no one has ventured to doubt. While Elohim exhibits God displayed in his power as the creator and governor of the physical universe, the name Jehovah designates his nature as he stands in relation to man, as the only almighty, true, personal, holy Being, a spirit and "the father of spirits," (Numbers 16:22) comp. John 4:24 Who revealed himself to his people, made a covenant with them, and became their lawgiver, and to whom all honor and worship are due.
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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Jehovah is a Latinization of the Hebrew , a vocalization of the Tetragrammaton  (YHWH), the proper name of the God of Israel in the Hebrew Bible, which has also been transcribed as "Yehowah" or "Yahweh".

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Noun
1. a name for the God of the Old Testament as transliterated from the Hebrew consonants YHVH
(synonym) Yahweh, YHWH, Yahwe, Yahveh, YHVH, Yahve, Wahvey, Jahvey, Jahweh, JHVH
(hypernym) God, Supreme Being
2. terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
(synonym) Godhead, Lord, Creator, Maker, Divine, God Almighty, Almighty
(hypernym) God, Supreme Being
(hyponym) Trinity, Holy Trinity, Blessed Trinity, Sacred Trinity


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self-subsisting
  

Copyright: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary (1869) , by Roswell D. Hitchcock. About Dictionary source: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
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(n.)
A Scripture name of the Supreme Being, by which he was revealed to the Jews as their covenant God or Sovereign of the theocracy; the "ineffable name" of the Supreme Being, which was not pronounced by the Jews.
  

Copyright: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), edited by Noah Porter. About Dictionary source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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the special and significant name (not merely an appellative title such as Lord [adonai]) by which God revealed himself to the ancient Hebrews (Ex. 6:2, 3). This name, the Tetragrammaton of the Greeks, was held by the later Jews to be so sacred that it was never pronounced except by the high priest on the great Day of Atonement, when he entered into the most holy place. Whenever this name occurred in the sacred books they pronounced it, as they still do, "Adonai" (i.e., Lord), thus using another word in its stead. The Massorets gave to it the vowel-points appropriate to this word. This Jewish practice was founded on a false interpretation of Lev. 24:16. The meaning of the word appears from Ex. 3:14 to be "the unchanging, eternal, self-existent God," the "I am that I am," a convenant-keeping God. (Comp. Mal. 3:6; Hos. 12:5; Rev. 1:4, 8.) The Hebrew name "Jehovah" is generally translated in the Authorized Version (and the Revised Version has not departed from this rule) by the word LORD printed in small capitals, to distinguish it from the rendering of the Hebrew Adonai and the Greek Kurios, which are also rendered Lord, but printed in the usual type. The Hebrew word is translated "Jehovah" only in Ex. 6:3; Ps. 83:18; Isa. 12:2; 26:4, and in the compound names mentioned below. It is worthy of notice that this name is never used in the LXX., the Samaritan Pentateuch, the Apocrypha, or in the New Testament. It is found, however, on the "Moabite stone" (q.v.), and consequently it must have been in the days of Mesba so commonly pronounced by the Hebrews as to be familiar to their heathen neighbours. Jehovah-jireh Jehovah will see; i.e., will provide, the name given by Abraham to the scene of his offering up the ram which was caught in the thicket on Mount Moriah. The expression used in Gen. 22:14, "in the mount of the Lord it shall be seen," has been regarded as equivalent to the saying, "Man's extremity is God's opportunity." Jehovah-nissi Jehovah my banner, the title given by Moses to the altar which he erected on the hill on the top of which he stood with uplifted hands while Israel prevailed over their enemies the Amalekites (Ex. 17:15). Jehovah-shalom Jehovah send peace, the name which Gideon gave to the altar he erected on the spot at Ophrah where the angel appeared to him (Judg. 6:24). Jehovah-shammah Jehovah is there, the symbolical title given by Ezekiel to Jerusalem, which was seen by him in vision (Ezek. 48:35). It was a type of the gospel Church. Jehovah-tsidkenu Jehovah our rightousness, rendered in the Authorized Version, "The LORD our righteousness," a title given to the Messiah (Jer. 23:6, marg.), and also to Jerusalem (33:16, marg.).

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Jehovah in Esperanto
Jehovo

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Jehovah in Afrikaans
Jehova

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Jehovah in Chinese (s)
[E] Jehovah (n) [P] Jeová (m) [C] 耶和华

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Jehovah in Interlingua
*jehovah, *jahveh; *yhwh *jhvh

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Jehovah in Arabic

ألاسم

إِلَاه ; إِله ; رَبّ


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Jehovah in Indonesian
Yahweh
my child #10

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Jehovah in Russian
(0) иегова

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иегова

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n. библ. Иегова; Jehovah's Witnesses - свидетели Иеговы (название секты протестантской церкви)

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Jehovah in Papiamento
Yehova

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Jehovah in Dutch
Jehova

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Jehovah in Portuguese
[termos bíblicos] jeová

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Jehovah in Thai
n. จิโฮ้ฝะ (พบน้อย)
1. คำในภาษาฮิบบรู แปลว่า พระเจ้า (ไม่ใช่ชื่อของพระเจ้า)

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(จิโฮ'วะ) n. พระเจ้า. คำศัพท์ย่อย: Jehovic adj.

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พระยะโฮวา

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Jehovah in Vietnamese
Xem Yehowah

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[dʤi'houvə]

◊ danh từ

▪ (kinh thánh) Giê-hô-va



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Jehovah in Romanian
Iehova

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Iehova

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iehova

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Jehovah in Bulgarian
[ji'houv@] n рел. Йехова.

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[dji'houvъ] n рел. Йехова.

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Jehovah in Croatian
Jehova

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Jehovah in Persian
يهو خداي‌ بني‌ اسرائيل‌

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يهوخداي بني اسراءيل

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يهو خداى بنى اسرائيل
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بازگشت به واژه jehovah


jehovah's witnesses



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يهو خداي‌ بني‌ اسرائيل‌

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ٌ‏ژگ¤¨گ ü÷“ ‎گ¢، ّْ‏

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Jehovah in Albanian
[xhi'houvë] n. Zoti

Jehovah's Witnesses [xhi'houvës 'witnis] n. Dëshmitarët e Jehovait (sekt fetar antikishëtar)

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Jehovah in Swedish
jehova

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Jehovah in Urdu
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ياہو- الله تعالي-- ايزد


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